Lighting the way - Preserving our Faith, Culture and Heritage
Our school is dedicated to educational excellence, encouraging students to reach their potential in a nurturing environment so as to become productive Australian citizens, reflecting the Christian faith of the Assyrian Church of the East, Assyrian language in years 7-10 and culture.
To provide a continuum of education founded on rich traditions of faith, family and community values, while encouraging commitment to academic excellence cultivated alongside a Christian faith-filled learning environment.
Mar Narsai College is a coeducational secondary school which offers curriculum based on the NSW Board of Studies developed syllabus. Religious studies based on the Holy Apostolic Catholic Assyrian Church of the East and Assyrian Language are compulsory subjects.
At the end of 2005, the Year 6 class of St Hurmizd Assyrian Primary School graduated. In his capacity as the head of the Assyrian Schools Board, His Beatitude Archbishop Mar Meelis Zaia AM decided to establish an Assyrian secondary School. This College would cater for the needs of students graduating from St Hurmizd Primary School as well as other high school students from the community. Mar Narsai Assyrian College became operational in 2006 with two Year 7 classes 30 students each. The College continues to grow, with 300 students currently enrolled in Years 7 – 12. All teachers at Mar Narsai College are accredited by the NSW institute of Teachers.